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Defense & Security

We help defense ministries, intelligence agencies, and other national-security organizations address their most difficult challenges and important opportunities.

Defense and security institutions worldwide—including defense ministries, military commands, regional and national security organizations, and intelligence agencies—are under intense pressure to maintain a high level of security for citizens while substantially reducing expenditures.

We help defense and security institutions meet this challenge. We combine deep international experience in national security with global expertise that spans industries and the public, private, and social sectors.

What we do

Our work in defense and security covers a wide range of topics. For instance, we help clients develop and execute strategic plans, analyze organizational behavior, explore new methods to improve operational efficiency, and redesign and implement IT infrastructure and systems.

We support defense ministries, military forces, police forces, and justice ministries. Examples of our work include the following:

  • supporting a major defense agency in developing a performance-management system to improve the implementation of its new strategic plan
  • assisting a military command in creating a human-capital strategy
  • advising a defense ministry on how to redesign its security-clearance processing system to improve operational efficiency and effectiveness
  • helping a regional-security organization develop an industrial strategy to improve competitiveness
  • advising defense agencies in several countries on how to streamline their procurement processes
  • supporting a client in developing an approach to prioritize contracting spending in support of stabilization operations
  • helping a major security agency design an integrated system for decision making and governance
  • driving end-to-end IT efficiencies across a defense organization by consolidating redundant assets, rationalizing overlapping applications, and optimizing large IT systems